Please welcome three new Global Mission Fellows. Meet the women who arrived in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, and Detroit for two years of service with God’s people in The Michigan Conference.
The United Methodist US-2 program has sent young missionaries across the nation in service since 1951. Barbara Brooks, Amy Brown, and Emily Palm are familiar names in the Michigan Conference.
Do you know someone gifted at addressing human needs? Perhaps that person should consider joining the missionary corps known as Church and Community Workers.
COVID-19 has not stopped the vital service of United Methodist missionaries. They are #StillInMission and relating to their supporting churches online.
Katie Peterson has been in service as a Church and Community Worker for 23 years, including a stint in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula at God’s Country Cooperative Parish.
EngageMI ministry partners from Africa and Wisconsin invite you to join them in virtual settings in April. Learn about how these missionaries of The United Methodist Church change lives.
Julie Yoder Elmore has rich experience as a US-2 and pastor. Now she helps others serve as supporters of mission in her role as Conference Secretary of Global Ministries for The Michigan Conference.
Larry and Jane Kies, missionaries serving at Africa University, talk with Bishop Laurie Haller about their greatest joys and challenges.
He’s a physician, and she works as an administrator at United Mission Hospital in Tansen, Nepal. You can meet Les and Debbie Dornon Zoom when they itinerate online Oct. 22 and Nov. 12.
“From everywhere. To everywhere.” There are 350 UM missionaries serving in 65 countries around the world. Seven of them are in Michigan.